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... seeming sorely chauffed at his band, As chained Beare, whom cruell dogs do bait, With idle force did faine them to withstand, And often semblaunce made to scape out of their hand ... does the comparing and the feigning? Does "As chained Beare" index the way the poet sees it or the way the enchanter plays it? Hamilton has aptly distinguished ... much more interesting it is Archimago who pretends to be "chauffed" and who plays the "chained Beare" and feigns idle force and thus performs a caricature of his role as a ...
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“Proverbs, like the sacred books of each nation, are the sanctuary of the intuitions. That which the droning world, chained to appearances, will not allow the realist to say in his own words, it will suffer him to say in proverbs without contradiction.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)